Learn Objective C Tutorial For Beginners – Ep 12 – FOR Loops

Learning Objective C doesn’t have to be hard! In these tutorials, you will learn Objective C programming syntax, classes and software design patterns so that you can program iOS apps.

The goal is to get apps submitted into the Apple App Store and to have fun doing it! I will teach you the basics of using XCode, architecting iPhone and iPad applications, designing the user interface, coding it in Objective C, all the way to monetizing it and putting it into the Apple App Store.

Combined with the Learn XCode 4 Tutorial series, you’ll be making iPhone apps in no time!

In this video, we learn about For Loops in Objective-C which will make our life easier when we need to write repetitive or similar code a bunch of times.

Source Code for this video:

For the all the episodes in this Learn Objective C Tutorial For Beginners series, visit the playlist:

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My channel, CodeWIthChris, is about all the aspects of building iOS apps. I’ll post video tutorials on Objective C, XCode, how to submit apps to the Apple App Store, and tutorials on building various types of apps or integrating things like analytics, advertisements etc. You might even find the odd app review here or there!

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7 responses to “Learn Objective C Tutorial For Beginners – Ep 12 – FOR Loops”

  1. kolli srikanth Avatar

    u show did't show output…..pkz show the output…

  2. Twizzlerfw Avatar

    Nice video and channel thanks helped a LOT!!!

  3. Michael Vezina Avatar

    Hey Chris! Would it be acceptable to do NSString *name = arrayOfNames + i; ?

    In C it is allowed since arrayOfNames + i is technically the base address of arrayOfNames plus the offset of i. I currently do not have xcode to try this out. It would be great if you could let me know!

  4. CodeWithChris Avatar

    Would you like fries with that? 🙂 I kid!
    Thanks for watching!

  5. CodeWithChris Avatar

    Still can't adjust the start/end times of my annotations. Will add when it's fixed!
    For now you can get the source code in the link in the description.
    Thanks for watching!

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